Ambassador High School (Torrance, California)

Summary

Ambassador High School
Address
2300 Crenshaw Blvd, Bldg B

,
90501

Coordinates33°49′28″N 118°19′38″W / 33.82435824476005°N 118.32726024124055°W / 33.82435824476005; -118.32726024124055Coordinates: 33°49′28″N 118°19′38″W / 33.82435824476005°N 118.32726024124055°W / 33.82435824476005; -118.32726024124055
Information
TypePrivate Christian high school
Established2013
SuperintendentSteven E. Keller
PrincipalMichael Barker
Grades9-12
Color(s)Cardinal, Gold, and White    
Athletics conferenceMulholland League
NicknameLions
AccreditationWestern Association of Schools and Colleges
Websitewww.ambassadorhigh.org

Ambassador High School is a Christian high school in Torrance, California. The school was established in 2013 by Michael Barker.[1]

In 2015, a team from Ambassador High School developed an experiment about the usage of wind as a means of pollination in microgravity. This experiment was launched to the International Space Station.[2]

References

  1. ^ "AHS at a Glance".
  2. ^ "NanoRacks-Ambassador High School-Pollen Propulsion in a Microgravity Environment (NanoRacks-AHS-Pollen Propulsion) - 03.04.15". NASA. Retrieved April 6, 2015.

External links

  • Official website